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Black Walnut Trails Mission Statement: "To use the proper authority of the Black Walnut Trails Association Board to help increase the value of both homes and common areas of BWT and to promote an environment that fosters community and natural beauty."

Neighborhood News
 Black Walnut Trails Owners Association E-Blast
September 2017
Delays on Bliss Road
 On Friday, September 8, 2017, (weather pending) road construction and bridge replacement activities will require several continuous traffic stoppages of approximately 10 to 15 minutes between May Road and Capitol Drive in order to facilitate the safe delivery and placement of large bridge beams from trucks. 
Picnic Reminder
Please be reminded of the BWTOA Annual Picnic on September 24.  Please join your neighbors of BWT at 4 p.m. on Sunday, September 24, at the park. Bring a dish to pass along with place settings, drinks, and a chair or blankets for your family.  Many thanks to Cassie Blickem for organizing this event. 
Neighbor Program
You may have received an invitation to join the Nextdoor social network recently in the mail.  As a point of clarification, please be informed that this is a private social network and, although it may be something that you wish to explore, be aware that it is not sponsored by the BWTOA and the association is not in a position to answer questions or offer tech support for the program.  
Walking Path Update
Evans & Son came out last month to install drain tile across (and below the surface) of the walking path. The purpose is to allow water trapped on the north side of the path to drain into the pond. It is the first of what might be a two-step process. It will depend on how well the water funnels to the drain tiles. If it still does not drain properly, additional drain tile will be installed on the north side of the path to collect water up and down its length. The water will then funnel to the drain tile already in place and drain into the pond. 
Annual Meeting Date
The BWTOA annual meeting will be scheduled for the first week in December, instead of late October as originally hoped.  Please stay tuned for the final date announcement in the near future.  The declaration calls for our annual meeting to occur during the fourth quarter of the year.  This allows us to present and vote on a budget as well as hold our election BEFORE the beginning of our fiscal year on January 1.  However, there is a lot in the works and the board simply will not be able to have everything put together for an earlier meeting.   
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~ Upcoming Events ~
Annual BWTOA Picnic
Sunday, September 24th, 4:00 PM at Park
Please join your neighbors of BWT at 4 p.m. on Sunday, September 24, at the park. Bring a dish to pass along with place settings, drinks, and a chair or blankets for your family.  A big “thank you” to Cassie Blickem for organizing this event.

Village/Community News

Architectural Modifications Approval Guidelines
According to our BWTOA Covenants, all exterior remodeling (decks, additions, modifications, roofing, etc.) and hardscape (patios, exterior structures, etc.) projects must be submitted to the Architectural Review & Modifications Committee for review and approval. Go to Committees > Architectural Review > Approval Guidelines to find out how to submit your project, or simply click here:  Get Guidelines.

Member Update Information 
If you need to submit corrrected or updated information for the BWT directory, go to the Documents page of this site and click on Member Directory Update link.
The only non-pickup days for Garbage are:  New Year's Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Paper bag yard waste is collected April 1st-end of November